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Preliminariai užregistruotos cheminės medžiagos

Preliminariai užregistruotos cheminės medžiagos

These pre-registration intentions were submitted to ECHA  between 1 June and 1 December 2008. Use this list to find other potential registrants of your substance so that you can submit a registration dossier jointly, as required by REACH.

 

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View all substances
Database contains 145297 unique substances/entries.
Name EC / List no. CAS no. Synonyms Envisaged registration deadline Related substances
The carbon containing residue from the carbonization coking of pitch from high temperature (>700°C or >1272°F) coal tar. Consists primarily of carbon. Also contains small amounts of sulfur and ash.
310-221-7
140203-12-9
30/11/2010
The carbon containing residue from the mutual coking of coal and pitch at high temperature (above 700°C or 1272°F). Consists chiefly of carbon, can also contain heteroatoms and ash.
310-222-2
140203-13-0
30/11/2010
The carbon-containing residue from the low-temperature carbonization coking of pitch from high-temperature coal tar. Consists primarily of carbon. Also contains small amounts of sulfur and ash.
310-274-6
140413-61-2
30/11/2010
The residue from the carbonization of reaction pitch from the joint distillation of brown coal tar and pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
309-562-4
100403-21-2
31/05/2013
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The residue from the joint carbonization of bituminous coal tar pitch with soot. Composed primarily of isotopic carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
309-564-5
100403-22-3
31/05/2013
The residue from the joint carbonization of bituminous coal tar pitch with pyrolysis pitch from pyrolysis residual oil from ethylene plants. Composed primarily of isotopic carbon with lesser amounts of sulfur and ash formers.
309-565-0
100403-23-4
31/05/2013
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Coke formed by cooling, to approximately 1500°C, hot acetylene containing split gases from aromatic residual oil produced from ethylene production by naphtha cracking at 800°C to 900°C (427°F to 482°F) (coal derived).
305-500-5
94581-02-9
30/11/2010
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Coke produced by delayed coking of coal extract from the liquid solvent extraction or supercritical gas extraction processes or of the pitch fraction remaining after distillation of the products of hydrocracking of these extracts. A black porous solid composed primarily of highly condensed aromatic carbon rings with a low hydrogen to carbon ratio containing some nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur compounds.
302-685-4
94114-50-8
31/05/2013
Coke produced by calcination of green coke produced by delayed coking of coal extract from the liquid solvent extraction or supercritical gas extraction processes, or of the pitch fraction remaining after distillation of the products of hydrocracking of those extracts. A black porous solid composed primarily of highly condensed aromatic carbon rings with a very low hydrogen to carbon ratio containing some nitrogen, oxygen and sulfur compounds.
302-687-5
94114-51-9
30/11/2010
A carbon-containing residue from the carbonization of lignite tar pitch with a volatile content up to 10%. Composed primarily of carbon, it may contain varying amounts of ash, sulfur, volatile material and moisture.
302-624-1
94113-89-0
31/05/2013
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The solid material resulting from high temperature (greater than 700°C (1292°F)) carbonization of a pitch bound coal briquette. Composed primarily of carbon, it may contain varying amounts of ash, sulfur, volatile material and moisture.
302-625-7
94113-90-3
30/11/2010
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A carbon-containing residue from the coking of air blown pitch coke oil and/or pitch distillate. Composed primarily of isotropic carbon , it contains small amounts of sulfur and ash constituents.
302-626-2
94113-91-4
30/11/2010
The char resulting from processing coal in a closed reactor using an exothermic reaction and controlling the feed and air supply. Composed primarily of carbon. May contain varying amounts of ash, sulfur, volatile material and moisture.
270-070-7
68409-95-0
30/11/2010
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A complex combination of carbonaceous material including extremely high molecular weight hydrocarbons obtained as a solid material from the calcining of anthracite coal at temperatures in excess of 1000°C (1800°F).
269-111-1
68187-59-7
30/11/2010
The cellular carbonaceous mass resulting from the high temperature (greater than 700°C (1292°F)) destructive distillation of coal. Composed primarily of carbon. May contain varying amounts of sulfur and ash.
266-010-4
65996-77-2
30/11/2010
A carbonaceous substance recovered from acid sludge after removal of acidic material at high temperature (e, approximately 537.8°C (1000°F)).
265-209-3
64743-04-0
30/11/2010
A complex combination of carbonaceous material including extremely high molecular weight hydrocarbons obtained as a solid material from the calcining of petroleum coke at temperatures in excess of 1000°C (1800°F). The hydrocarbons present in calcined coke have a very high carbon-to-hydrogen ratio.
265-210-9
64743-05-1
30/11/2010
A solid material resulting from high temperature treatment of petroleum fractions. It consists of carbonaceous material and contains some hydrocarbons having a high carbon-to-hydrogen ratio.
265-080-3
64741-79-3
30/11/2010
An amorphous form of carbon produced by partially burning or oxidizing wood or other organic matter.
240-383-3
16291-96-6
30/11/2010
231-955-3
7782-42-5
30/11/2010
231-153-3
7440-44-0
30/11/2010
926-019-2
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917-918-0
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920-981-7
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